Prenuptial agreements offer protection and ensure well-being for both you and your partner, regardless of what happens in your relationship.
But do you know the details of what a good prenuptial agreement should entail? It’s a complicated issue that involves components like estate plans, family property, marital responsibilities, debt protection, finance separation, and more. It’s also important to know what a prenuptial agreement cannot do, which includes topics ranging from child support to the use of last names.
Having a legal eye on your prenuptial agreement is the first key step in getting what you want and need whether in court or in your marriage. Charles Branton has 30+ years of experience with prenuptial agreements, and can draft a fair and effective agreement that is mutually beneficial for you and your soon-to-be spouse.
Contact Branton Law Firm today to schedule your free prenuptial agreement consultation.